Murphy transition teams elevate complex care issues
GCC policy recommendations are reflected in both the healthcare and the housing transition reports.
The Good Care Collaborative (GCC) is a coalition of providers and advocates from across New Jersey’s health care spectrum committed to sensible Medicaid reform and models of good care. The GCC is convened by the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers.
The GCC’s work is informed by a vision for a system grounded in good care. The GCC defines good care to be high quality, patient-centered, integrated, and efficient. A system delivering good care ensures that all patients are able to enjoy their highest attainable standard of health and wellbeing.
To help transform New Jersey’s Medicaid system into a national model of delivering good care efficiently to patients facing complex health and social challenges.
To improve New Jersey’s Medicaid system by bringing together a diverse coalition of stakeholders dedicated to ensuring that health care is of good quality, holistic, accessible, and sustainable for patients facing complex health and social challenges.
Complex Care in NJ Medicaid: Setting a Vision | 3rd Annual Conference, September 2017
New Jersey ACO Leaders Publish Star Ledger Op-Ed | December 2016
Webinar: Behavioral Health Reform in New Hampshire | November 2016